Warsztaty Konserwatorskie dla dzieci





Young conservators | workshops for children aged 8–12

Come to the Wilanów Palace and participate in family workshops devoted to art conservation! During the workshops, children will become assistant conservators – they’ll go to warehouses and palace rooms wearing aprons, feet protectors and cotton gloves to check the state of pieces of art. In the practical part, they’ll have the chance to put the conservation techniques into practice.

 The cycle of six workshops will begin in the Warehouse Gallery – an unusual collection warehouse, which is open to visitors. We’ll learn modern techniques of conservation, i.e. taking care of pieces of art. What’s more, we’ll take a closer look at and inspect objects which have been stored in closed warehouses. Each meeting will be devoted to a different type of art: paintings, paper art, fabrics, wood art, ceramics and clocks. We’ll check what is beneficial for them and what should be avoided to help them impress people in the next centuries.

Schedule (you can attend the entire cycle or an individual meeting)

22 April, 10:00–12:00 | Painting

6 May, 10:00–12:00 | Paper

12 May, 10:00–12:00 | Fabrics

27 May, 10:00–12:00 | Wood

3 June, 10:00–12:00 | Ceramics

17 June, 10:00–12:00 | Clocks

WHERE: Warehouse Gallery (start), Lady’s Bedroom (workshop part)

RECIPIENTS: families with children between 8-12 years of age

AVAILABILITY: the workshops are available to children with slight intellectual disability.

COST: free of charge (the workshops are held under the programme Available Culture)

REGISTRATION: Compulsory | Limited number of seats.

RESERVATIONS: t: + 48 22 544 28 50 (Mon–Fr, 9:00–16:00) / m: bilety@muzeum-wilanow.pl

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